- 3% ($19) less than last winter.
- 16% ($104) less than the most recent 5-year average ($637).
- 25% ($175) less than the most recent 10-year average ($708).
- 39% ($345) less than the most expensive winter (2007/08 -$878).
Friday, October 11, 2013
Based on normal winter weather and the price of natural gas remaining where it is today on the spot market, we expect the average residential customer to pay $533 in winter heating costs, which would be approximately:
Posted by We Energies at 8:09 AM